Want to experience a movie night like no other?
Then gather your loved ones, pack a few blankets and head to the Drive-In at the Bluff Eco Park.
Drive-In: SATURDAY, 23 June 2018 SHOWING: Ferdinand and The Greatest Showman. Book your tickets today don’t delay! Tickets Available Online : https://www.webtickets.co.za/mobi/event.aspx?itemid=1480710217
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Come on South Durban!
Get involved with our Welcoming of the Whales Festival special: Book a table of 10 guests for only R1500.00!
Keep up with the event details by joining the Facebook event here: https://web.facebook.com/events/618340715166656/
Join us at the Paws Family Fun Day to help raise funds for the the Second Chance Sanctuary.
Second Chance Sanctuary is a non-profit, pro-life organisation based on the Bluff in Durban.
We’re at the #DurbanHasMore Discover Durban Campaign Launch at The Beverly Hills Hotel today!
International Coastal Cleanup: Saturday, September 16th, 2017
Harnessing the Power of People to Fight Ocean Trash
Nearly 12 million people and counting have been part of the world’s biggest volunteer effort to protect the ocean.
Will you join us this year?
Today, plastic has been found in 62% of all sea birds and in 100% of sea turtle species.
A problem as big as plastic in the ocean requires a big response!
By participating in the International Coastal Cleanup, you can make a difference. You’ll join millions of volunteers just like you, who love the ocean and want to protect it.
This year’s International Coastal Cleanup is Saturday, 16th Sept 2017
Thousands are expected to flock to the Durban Port Festival this weekend where the South African Navy will host public tours of its naval ships. The festival is hosted by Transnet National Ports Authority, in partnership with eThekwini Municipality, MSC Cruises, African Marine Solutions (AMSOL) and the South African Navy.
The festival will begin on Saturday, September 9 and will end the next day.
Your day ticket gives you access to ALL the fun happening at #DurbanPortFestival. R30 for adults, R10 for children under the age of 16 and kids under 3 enter free. Tickets available through Computicket or on-site. Visit www.portfestival.co.za for all the info.
Visitors to the festival will be able to board the SAS Isaac Dyobha and the SAS Galeshewe at the N Shed passenger terminal in the Port of Durban – the area of the port from which cruise ships usually depart. The SA Navy will also have its diving tank stationed at N Shed for the public to interact with SA Navy divers.
In addition Transnet National Ports Authority tugboats will be on display throughout the weekend of the Durban Port Festival. Organisers anticipate long queues and have advised the public to arrive early and enjoy the array of other waterside and landside activities taking place as part of the port festival.
Oupa Moraile, Public Relations Officer, Naval Base Durban said the Durban Port Festival was an opportunity to bring the South African Navy closer to the community and showcase career opportunities that are available within the navy.
“This is even more important for Durban as we are in the process of upgrading the existing Naval Station back to a fully operational Naval Base,” he said.
TNPA’s Durban Port Manager, Moshe Motlohi, said the idea behind the Durban Port Festival is to bring communities closer to the ports.
“Port access has been restricted since the advent of the global ISPS code of safety and security for ports a few years ago, and as a result communities have become disconnected from the ports. While we do need to adhere to these requirements, we are also aware of the need to develop and nurture relationships with our communities and ensure that they are exposed to the work we do and the opportunities that exist for them through the ports,” he said.
(Source: Daily News)